Tova Greene is a teacher, artist, and stage manager from New York who specializes in the intersection between theater and social justice. She has been on the stage management and production teams of the off-Broadway World Premieres of “Of the woman came the beginning of sin and through her we all die” by Lily Houghton (director Kylie Brown), “Indoor Person” by Kayla Martine (director Andrew Garrett), and “A Play Titled After the Collective Noun for Female-Identifying 20-Somethings Living in NYC in the 2010s” by Haleh Roshan (director Lauren Zeftel). She was also the assistant stage manager for the much-awaited New York revival of Stephen Karam’s “Sons of the Prophet” in 2019.
She has worked at various companies in Manhattan, ranging from the Obie-winning Flea Theater to Normal Ave, an up-and-coming non-profit in Hell’s Kitchen. She has studied under acclaimed artists such as directors William Frears and Kevin Confoy and playwright Joseph Lauinger. Her teaching is rooted in theater as a means of self expression and as a tool to exercise, maintain and care for inherent human empathy.